SOME PARTICULARITIES REGARDING PSYCHO-SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEENAGERS
Authors: Valentin Cosmin BLÂNDUL, Adela BRADEA
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The adolescents represent on of the most complicate period from the human life. In this moment, many specialists can say that a person become mature from physical, intellectual, or moral point of view, but never from the emotional one. This means that exist a big risk that a teenager to involve in some dangerous activities, because there is an inad-vertence between their real possibilities and their wishes. As an example, some teenagers can be involved in abusive alcohol/drugs consumption, verbal or physical aggressive behavior, difficulties of communication with parents or other adults, school failure or dropout and so on. In such circumstances, parents and teacher have a very difficult mission to try to convince these teenagers that their activities are not ok for their development and, generally, for the whole society. In the present paper, we will try to analyze some characteristics of teenagers’ development and some problems that they can confronting during this period, suggesting also some pertinent solutions necessary for solving these kind of problems.